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Bad Boys Bail Bonds Advocates for Mayor Bob Filner’s 8th Amendment Right

Aug 26 2013, 3:48pm CDT | by PR.com

Bad Boys Bail Bonds Advocates for Mayor Bob Filner’s 8th Amendment Right
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San Diego, CA, August 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Bad Boys Bail Bonds has always been an advocate in supporting a person's right to bail.

In that light, Bad Boys Bail Bonds advocates Mayor Bob Filner in his 8th Amendment Right to Bail. Bad Boys Bail Bonds is here to help all the citizens of San Diego and California, regardless of their situations, support their 8th Amendment right to bail amongst other civil rights, without judgment or prejudice.

Mayor Bob Filner although Hooters will not allow your presence in their establishment, Bad Boys Bail Bonds will uphold your right to bail. Freedom is Bad Boys Bail Bonds.

1.800.BAIL.OUT

Contact Information:
Bad Boys Bail Bonds
C. Jeffrey STanley
408-271-1111
Contact via Email
www.badboysbailbonds.com

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